Soy is a subtropical plant and it is native to southeastern Asia.
Therefore, it has been a dietary staple in Asian countries for at least 5,000 years.
The ripe dried fruits are traditionally used for more than a thousand years and native to Greece and Italy. Traditionally, Vitex berries were used to relieve uterine cramps, symptoms associated with PMS, Menopausal symptoms and to stimulate lactation. Hence, traditional use of Vitex berries support the claim by modern science.
Most noteworhty, Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.) wrote, "If blood flows from the womb, let the woman drink dark wine in which the leaves of the vitex have been steeped."
Withania Somnifera roots have been used in Ayurvedic medicine in India for hundreds of years as an "adaptogenic" herb, meaning that it is used with the intention to help the body resist physiological and psychological stress. Moreover, it is known to tone and normalize (revitalize) bodily functions. It is also known as "Indian ginseng".
Asparagus Racemosus is commonly found in the Himalayan mountain range of India, Nepal and also in some part of Sri Lanka. In the Ayurveda, this amazing herb is known as the "Queen of Herbs" because it promotes love and devotion. In addition, the roots of Asparagus Racemosus were used as female tonic in Ayurveda.